Civil Rights Then and Now: Black Power at 50

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Come participate in a panel discussion on a major event from the Civil Rights Movement: when Stokely Carmichael first used the term “black power” during the March Against Fear in June of 1966. This conversation is in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and will help kids learn about past and present struggles for racial equality. Ages 9 and up.

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